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Need help changing IP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by brchcar1445, May 10, 2008.

  1. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    Ok I signed up with AOL dial up just to have that advantage of changing my IP every time I reconnected. I have heard people saying that every time you dial up your IP changes. Well maybe this is true with other dial up providers but every time I dial up and check my IP its the same.... Is there something I need to do or is there a certain provider I need to have?
     
  2. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    How about a different access phone #. Will that change the ip address?
     
  3. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    where I live there are only 2 access phone numbers.... If I use one that is long distance, will that work? I have more to choose from but I am afraid they wont work since they are long distance and I do not have long distance on my home phone.
     
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    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Dont use long distance unless you want to pay for long distance. You must live in the boondocks. Is AOL your only choose?
     
  5. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    I think there are a couple of local companies that offer dial up. I went with AOL cause it looked like the easiest to get started. I was told that it didnt matter who it was as long as it was dial up.... So now I am not so sure. But ya I do live in the boonies but its along a major interstate so we get a little luv....
     
  6. Dragn

    Dragn Regular Member

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    with dialup, every time you reconnect, you SHOULD be pulling an IP out of the IP Pool from the company.

    IP Pools are a group of IP ranges available in your area...unless your the only house with internet within like a 10 mile radius, you should be able to get a new IP on every connect.

    id say double check that you are indeed connecting via dialup and not your highspeed (im assuming you have both based on what you said)

    id suggest pulling your ethernet cable out of your PC then connecting to AOL via the telephone cable.
     
  7. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    Yes I do have High speed its wireless on my laptop. I did disconnect from my high speed connection before checking. But I wouldnt doubt if I was the only one in a ten mile radius with AOL dial up. Im gonna try again tonight and see if I get a different IP. I am keeping my fingers crossed.... I hate living in the boonies.
     
  8. Smelly-Cash

    Smelly-Cash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Netzero has many dial up numbers.
    If you have high speed you can check with your provider how to change you IP address and you won't have to waist time with the slow dial up.

    I have my high speed internet working as a dial up. and since I found out my modem is dynamic once I refresh I get a new IP address completely different from the previous not just the last numbers.

    I found out right before purchasing a sprint card and service; lucky find


    So again if you have high speed internet follow the instructions in this link from living easy software. If you run into any technical difficulties you can always call your provider and they will help you

    hxxp://livingeasysoftware.com/index.php?title=Support#Dial-Up_Networking_-_Connection_Types
     
  9. Dragn

    Dragn Regular Member

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    hes probably doing this because he has a static IP like i have, which makes it VERY hard to change IP's on highspeed.

    if all else fails, call AOL support around 12-4pm (so you speak with someone that speaks english) and tell them you need to know how to change your IP, tell them what i say when i have to make this call:

    "I play a game called Diablo2, sometimes when you join games too fast, it will temp-ban your IP for 1-3 days because theres hacks for the game that do this sort of thing, i need to be able to manually change my IP when this happens"
     
  10. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    Very nice, I think I will call them and say that. Thanks for some awesome verbage!!